Background This document provides answers to commonly asked questions about non-serial electronic resources and attempts to help members think through the local conditions that influence decisions on which zone or combination of zones to use for managing nonserial electronic resources. Related Document: Non-serial E-Resources in Alma: Best Practices for Local Collections FAQ created by SCTS […]
These instructions show how to create, edit, and use templates in the Alma Metadata Editor.
These instructions show two methods of linking IZ bib records to the Network Zone.
This page lists the Alma and Primo sandboxes currently available to the Alliance.
This policy sets out the overarching principles regarding working in the Network Zone that Alliance members must understand.
This policy specifies how records in the Network Zone (NZ) should be suppressed in different situations.
Following shared naming conventions will allow Alliance libraries to easily identity other Alliance import profiles shared with the Alma community.
Catalogers must retain all MARC fields in OCLC records when exporting from Connexion with the exception of the 029 field, which must be deleted.
This policy addresses when to overlay brief bibs contributed by other Alliance libraries.
Procedures for overlaying a bibliographic record in the IZ and/or NZ.